Sunday, March 2, 2014

Corporate Water Wars

Crimes Against Water ARE Crimes Against Humanity.... The situation worsens... The wars begin to materialize... Do we fight Corporations? Countries? Or Ourselves?

OR... do we finally come to the REALIZATION that WATER IS SACRED???

When WATER is SACRED Humankind will LIVE IN PEACE!


Friday, March 8, 2013

Water 2 Miles below the Surface stay 2 Miles below

Don't know about you, but this scares the fuck out of me! What lives 2 miles below the surface stays 2 miles below the surface (which reminds me of $$$ creating genetically modified organisms). Who knows what happens when ???? escapes into the wild.

New bacteria Emerge? 

Monday, December 12, 2011

Diminishing Time... Diminishing Water

Water is the most precious resource on our planet. It is being polluted and clean water is diminishing each day. Climate change is one source. Pollution from things like Fracking for natural gas ( and increasing pollution of our wastewater (which mix with our clean waters) are doing damage to our supplies of clean water every day.

What will you do? What can you do?

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Pharmaceuticals in our Water

Traces of pharmaceuticals are passing through treatment plants and into drinking water supplies nationwide. The US Government has consistently delayed publicly researching and addressing this problem. Scientific hocus-pocus bickering prevents a clear analysis of the situation. As usual $$$ wins --- in this case in the form of the industrial, shell game, steal your body and mind Pharma$Ceutical Indu$Try.

Water is forever. Water is to be revered. Water is Us. We are Water. Water connects all life. All life shares Water. Coming to identify and value Water in its life-changing beauty is essential to Repairing Humanity.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Radioactive Tritium... coming to water near you...

Do you think there will ever be any 'safe' nuclear power?

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Economic math does not hold up when considering effects of nuclear power production

Why am I so obsessed with shutting down nuclear power plants?  Because I see their legacy as generating massively significant environmental and social impacts on human activities virtually forever.  Consider the effects on seawater (and the unspoken long-term effects on ocean plants and animals) that are now being reported at the Fukushima Dai-ich plant.

Consider this simple math:
The cumulative operating experience amounted to 14,174 years by September 2010.
There have been three major nuclear plant disasters in roughly 50 years. That is one disaster  per 147 operating power plants or .68%. Or put another way, one disaster per 4,725 cumulative operating years (with cumulative meaning total operating hours of all nuclear plants over all history).  

Now consider the 19 nuclearpower plant accidents with multiple fatalities and/or more than US$100 millionin property damage from 1952-2011. Once again that is one major accident per 23 currently operating plants (4.3%), or one major accident per 746 cumulative operating years.

It can be argued that newer plants are ‘safer’ than older plants, which may be true. But once again when the older plants were constructed, major failures as we have experienced were not foreseen. And nuclear plant failures are subject to natural forces that also cannot be foreseen. 

All arguments for nuclear energy power plants are based upon present day analyses. Things like number of deaths associated with operations and failures, costs for building and maintaining, costs for cleanups are all evaluated using statistics based upon current and near-term data. The problem is that Nuclear is Forever (at least in terms of human civilization).

Where do the effects from a disaster like Chernobyl or Fukushima Dai-ich start and stop? There are really no boundaries in time or space for the termination of these effects (at least within the range of human civilization). Things like genetic mutations, background radioactivity, danger from present and used fission materials, costs for safeguarding spent materials and dealing with destruction and contamination from theft and malicious usage of spent materials will continue on for hundreds of thousands of years… which is ten to twenty times longer than societal human history!

So sure the industry can use statistics based upon the current effects of nuclear accidents, but this is a puny fraction of the real costs to humankind. The problem is that most decisions about human affairs come down to economic arguments… arguments that can only be based upon costs and benefits in the present and in the near-term. That is the only realm of economics. Economics provide little guidance to long term problems and dilemmas.  Decisions about nuclear power and other human activities with potential impacts extending well into the future should never be based upon dollars and cents.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Cancer Brew

Another instance showing how we are/have been degrading our water. Being that we are 70- 80 % water by weight, this is another instance of  unchecked industrial activity lessening our potential for healthy life. Water is not an afterthought. Water is not a limitless resource. Water is our future and as we destroy and degrade the water of our planet we are darkening the future (near and very long term) for all humanity.

When will water become more valuable to us than money?